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they've received countless award awards. had the run with the 5th dimension in the 60s and early 7 #0z. the duo is back on the road and performing in annapolis. first, they have stopped by to talk about their latest cd and perform greatest hits. good morning i'm tony perkins. >> and i'm allison seymour. happy you are with us on this tuesday. happening now, raven's fans gathering in downtown baltimore for today's victory parade. more and more beginning to show up. thousands of people are expected to attend. officially kicks off at city hall. and of course, there to welcome the ravens home, tucker barnes. >> he joins us live outside city hall where today's festivities kick off. good morning, tucker. lots more folks now.
>> reporter: yeah. surrounded by a few of my raven's friends. and obviously, everybody pretty excited around here. for a big celebration that gets going at 10:45 this morning here at studio hall. expecting the players to show up and hear from the mayor here in ballot nor. and of course you guys mentioned the ravens. out to m and t bank stadium later this afternoon. what a great opportunity from city of baltimore to celebrate. my number one fan here. you excited about the big day? >> how are you doing. i waited 13 years, basically 12 years to see this. now i'm here live at the celebration victory parade. super bowl xlvii, the ravens is here and i want to say we're going to give you guys a
beautiful cheer. one, two, three, we are the champions. >> the temperatures are in the 30s. obviously, a lot of excitement out here. mid 40s to sunshine. obviously, i can't hear a thing. back to you. >> all right. i love it. tucker, thank you so much . >> they are riled up. that's great. >> we thank you for this. we've been getting a lot of pictures from you regarding the ravens and the celebration. this one is from raven's fan jill johnson. she posted it on our facebook page saying go ravens. she is really showing her spirit. if you are going to the parade today, send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
>> police need your help finding a missing 12-year-old boy. he was last seen around 7:20 last night. left his father a note telling him he was going to runaway and he could be found at the library. obviously, he wasn't at the library. three feet tall, 100 pounds and has a scar on his stomach and left arm. and relief this morning in alabama after a nearly week long hostage situation comes to an end. a five year old boy is back with his family and his captor killed. investigators say the decision to rescue the boy came after talks with 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes deteriorated. dykes was shot and killed but unclear whether police fired the shot or he
killed himself. ethan was taken to a hospital and said to be doing well. >> happening today in florida, lawyers for george zimmermann will find out if they will get their delay in the murder trial of trayvon martin. comes on what would have been martin's 18th birthday. deciding whether to grant the delay. they say they need more time to prepare. been almost a year since the watch man claims he shot martin in self defense. >> president obama goes to minnesota and holds a round table discussion at the minneapolis police department and says they are doing something right with a 40% drop in gun related injuries. also spoke about universal background checks and banning assault weapons while surrounded by officers in uniform. passing an assault ban will be tough but still wants congress to vote on a ban. >> here in the district today we will learn more about the mayor's plans for this year when
he delivers his address. comes a few days after the city has more than $400 million in budget surplus. that money will go into savings. mayor gray's speech is at 7:00 on i street. also happening today in virginia the senate is expected to vote on a bill that would ban texting while driving. make it a primary offense carrying a $250 fine. right now ticketed you have to be pulled over for something else and only a $20 fine. >> new this morning, the dc region is number one once again for the worst traffic congestion in the country. according to the texas a&m study, the average commuter in our area will spent 67 hours in traffic and burn 32 gallons of gas each year sitting in traffic. overall, congestion
cost drivers an additional $121 billion in 2011. conditions on the roadways are expected to get worse as the economy continues to improve. gas prices are rising at the fastest pace in almost two years. americans are spending more household income on gasoline. the average spent last year was almost $3,000 according to the energy department. that's just under 4% of average incomes. and except for 2008 is the highest spent on gasoline in nearly three decades. >> how about a little good news? >> yeah. >> time for sports breakfast. and dave, could there be -- i don't know what that says. predictor for future superbowl champs. >> who is going to win the next superbowl. first of all, about the gas prices, i filled up my tank and i noticed it going up. >> we were at the junkies, they have a tv show that debuts
tonight called table manners and they had a premiere last night. it's a good show. >> it's not a competing network. but if you were it's a pretty good show. >> i didn't get an invitation. >> you are always invited. the junkies love you . >> is that right? >> dave ross, he travels in style. that's all i'm going to say. >> came with two ladies on both arm. >> when i came, there were three. >> let's talk about the ravens. the philadelphia eagles are any indicator. they could be the key as to why and who would be the next superbowl champion. you would hope you would be scheduled to play at lincoln financial field to open up the season. here's why. the last four team s superbowl champions opened up the eagles home season at philly. >> really? >> the giants in week three of 2011, the packers in week two.
this year the ravens were on the road for week two. that team has gone on to win the superbowl. who figures these things out? hope the redskins open the season at lincoln financial. that would be great. what about the odds to repeat according to the wise guys in vegas? the ravens are not the leading team to repeat. 14 to 1 odds. the niners are at 8 to 1. >> i get that. i understand that. >> you know what it does? baltimore says there we go again. no respect. patriots are the favorite s at 7 to 1. packers at 10 to 1. broncos 8 to 1. you understand that. still is a little odd. 14 to 1 seems high for a team that hit their stride. >> makes them a good bet again. >> how about the trophy gate? this is interesting story we
talked about a couple hours ago. they had the trophy here. there was a party after the superbowl. steve, the and john harbaugh was overheard saying where's the trophy? couldn't find it for a while. there is going to be at some point figure out where this trophy disappeared to for a brief amount of time. but don't worry, they have the trophy back now. tucker barnes will see it later on today. more on the superbowl outage, of course. it was funny. we talked about it last hour. beyonce did not have anything to do with this. the power outage had nothing to do. she supplied her own generator for her show. beyonce is off the hook. but it is interesting because people are still trying to figure this out. a couple months before the superbowl people warned they were worried about a power outage. and here we go, it happened 35 minute delay. but beyonce had nothing to do with it. maybe the most
bizarre thing that happened, some companies were taking liberties with this. oreo put this on twitter and 15,000 people retweeted. in the dark, no worried, you can still dunk in the dark. >> they did this during the blackout. >> that's the power of social media. oreo, very smart. >> there you go. >> how many tweets do you think went out during the superbowl? >> 23 million. >> 24. >> how many did you send out? >> about two. >> maybe i caused the blackout. >> i think oreo should be investigated. thank you very much. >> why can't numbers come like that to me? it's weird sometimes. >> coming up after the break, the doctor is in. dr. oz joins us with tips. stick around. 9:10.
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look at that picture. that's one of america's favorite doctors and his wife cheering on america's favorite past time this sunday at the superbowl. all right. we all know football players follow a tough diet and workout plan to stay fit. while you may not have the resources to train like an athlete, there are a lot of steps and tricks to help you lose weight and help you get a flatter belly. dr. oz joins us live with a look at how you can change your body just in time for the summer. that's always the promise. really, can i get a flat belly by summer? >> you have plenty of time. the game was fun. it's hard with that new orleans food. doing all these fat solutions, fight off that fat and start off with smart ideas and today we're talking about how to flatten your belly out. one of the
biggest challenges for so many folks. the reality is you can flatten your belly. understand a couple tricks. for example, to get fat sells comfortable, you need to give them a little bit of calcium. having a cup of yogurt before every meal you can reduce belly fat by 80% faster. simple little technique. we think it's because of the calcium. but also binds the fat you may have eaten. so you don't absorb it on to your thighs. >> interesting. already i've learned something. >> regular yogurt? >> regular or greek or something like that? >> the stud eye was done with low fat. i like greek and 2% fat. you actually are left with what? sugar. so it doesn't make sense. later in the week on thursday, we're going to point out the reality when you take
low fat food into your diet, you are hurting yourself. you need fat in the right amount. the big message is eat real food, your body will know what to do with it. >> all right. just want to mention quickly since allison did ask you a specific question, bill her for that. >> tomorrow's show, you are talking about the hcg shot for weight loss. what's that all about? >> big controversy around this. the hormone release, women get pregnant. it does a couple things. seems to change appetite and reducing it. it also selective leah allows women to use fat on their thighs or belly to nourish the baby. if you are not pregnant, it will actually allow them to eat less. not feel hungry and mobilize fat store and lose weight faster. packing the studio with women on
the program. top researcher we're going to present and a leader of the major organization of doctors who are proficient in this area. does it make sense? is it too risky. can you lose 30 pounds a month? the women argue yes. we'll see what the doctors have to say. >> a lot of questions about that one. when it comes to weight loss, a lot has to do with body types. >> you know, the viewers have so many good ideas on how to lose weight. we collected them from all these people who lost a ton of weight. they are all bedded by medical unit. turns out that acidic acid, in pickled foods it helps your insulin work better. you can get rid of fat. folks who want to lose weight, makes sense. have pickled foods in your diet. >> good stuff. we're getting free tip s today. except allison has to pay.
thank you so much, sir. we look forward to the programs. >> always a -- >> you can catch the show weekdays at 4:00 right here on fox 5. >> up next, you won't believe why one family got a discount at a restaurant. they have their young kids to thank for it. >> all right. first, let's check in with holly. i loved that shoe quiz, holly. holly is going to talk to us in just a little bit. thousands of shoes gathered there. we'll tell you why in just a little bit. bit. >> this could be the new model on how to find a roommate. song writer jonathan man made a video
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anyone who goes to a restaurant with kids knows it can be a little difficult. >> yeah, but one restaurant in the state of washington thanked a family with three children for not causing a commotion. this is a receipt from a small restaurant which gave a discount for well behaved kids. she gave the three kids a bowl of ice scream to share. no crayons for coloring. they were just well behaved. >> you know what they did have? this look. when we come back i'll show you. >> you know what they also had? love from the mom and dad teaching them the right thing. >> mostly they had this. >> all right. coming up. a big surprise for several raven's fans, how a local store is giving away thousands because of
a big play in sunday's superbowl. check in with tucker who is hanging out with hundreds but not thousands of fans. >> looks like a lot of fun, tucker. stick around for maryland and billy davis junior. the artists are here to talk about their latest cd coming up in their show tomorrow. that's all on the other side of the break. we'll be right back.
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♪ the one and only, cheerios back now with another big win for several raven's fans. next year, they'll get to relax on free furniture as they watched their team play. this is the third year gardener's furniture offered a give away if the ravens returned a kick for a touchdown. we saw jones tear up the field sealing the deal with a 108 yard return tying for the
longest in post season history. gave away $600,000 worth of furniture. fortunately they had insurance for the give away. they had faith in their team. >> makes you wonder if when it was happening if the owner was like no, no, no. >> in the contract, what's in there? >> all right. >> also in light pedestrian win, the mayor of san francisco is holding up his end with a bet of the mayor of baltimore. >> the two mayors said the losing mayor would have to come to the losing city and do work. in part with the corporation for national community service. the mayors say their wager is part of an on going effort to boost community service across the country. when that bet was won here, seemed like the loser had to wear the opposing jersey. they should have said to do that. >> maybe they'll add that in. >> raven's fans are packing the
streets as the city prepares to welcome in. >> tucker joins us with some of his new best friends and update on the cold weather. >> reporter: yeah, couple thousand at this point and the crowds have been building by the minute. we just got word that in addition to the mayor, the governor of maryland will be here to speak and you can see the crowd very excited about this parade a little later today. you can see everybody very excited. it's just been amazing how quickly the crowds are filling in here. want to show you quickly over here to my right we've got the staff here with the parade. and you can see the players are actually going to be brought around compliments of the maryland national guard. we have a float here. the owner of the ravens is planning to travel. this is going to be the
actual car that joe flacco is going to be in momentarily. everybody very excited here. last week for the kick off before the superbowl got 7 to 10,000 fans. they are expecting thousands and thousands more to celebrate up here a little later today. let's do weather quickly. it's still cold. temperature s in the mid 30s. 36 in washington. 34 out at dulles. and looking at the clouds here, we're starting to breakup. should be a partly sunny day today. little warmer than yesterday. high temperatures in the middle 40s. tonight there could be a few more flurries with yet another clipper system. and then, into the rest of the week here, our temperatures are going to be in the 40s here. we can look at the 7 day forecast. i hope you can see it at home. chance of freezing rain around here. thursday night into friday, that's the latest on the
weather, tony and allison, great time down here. crowd building. playing music and everybody ready for a day of celebrating. back to you guys. i can't hear a thing. we're all having a great time. ♪ ♪ >> 7 grammies, 15 gold records. not too bad to have on your resume right? >> our next guests boast that and more after decades in the music business and still going strong as a show biz couple and
a real life couple. marilyn and billy. we are thrilled to have you here. >> so happy. >> happy to be here. >> really good to be here. >> i have to say, i grew up with your music and when you all particularly in the 70s early 80s were on every tv show. and mr. davis, i hope you don't mind me saying this, i have quite the crush. >> i've been dealing with that all my life. >> that's so wonderful. >> and you are here and we saw a clip from the 5th dimension whom we also loved as well. happen year you are here and performing. stopped by today. >> how do you do it? after all this time? >> you have to love it. we're dedicated to the business and we've been doing it all of our lives and we love what we do. a lot of people ask when are you
going to retire? what? you retire. >> and i would never ask that. >> you retire when you don't like what you are doing. >> we want to say an early congratulations to you. this year 44 years of marriage. >> that's right. >> now, for anybody, we know how things go these days. a lot of couples don't make it to 44. but to be a show biz couple and you wrote about this in your book. >> up, up and away. lovely. it's fantastic. >> allison and i were both struck by your candidness about marriage, the ups and downs, the career ups and downs. it's a cliche question. what's the secret to staying together? talk a little about your faith and how you've been able to do that. >> our faith has been very important in keeping us together. you start learning how to accept one another the way you are. you are not looking for the knight in
shining armor, although he is, there are times he isn't. >> and being able to pray about things when you are going through struggles is very important. and we pray together too. that's very important. >> and to celebrate 40 years of marriage, i have everything. i have the goodies over here. 40 years of the many faces of love cd came out. what i love about this and so excited to meet the both of you. when i saw the back and how you are making fun with the sacrifice face, the anger face. i mean, it showed me you have a sense of humor. the faces are important and accepting each other is important. i'm sure humor is important in liking each other. >> we're best friends. that's the key. she thinks i'm crazy.
>> is that in a good way? >> i'm not going to say. >> i love it. >> we know you are performing tomorrow night in annapolis. we have information about that that we'll put up. you are going to perform for us later on. >> we'd be happy to. >> people who see you who have not seen you in a while. the book, the cd are these readily available? >> yes. they are available. and also we just finished a live album. we've gone into the record business. >> that's what you have to do now. >> that's going to be coming out soon. these are available and we're excited about that. >> i know tony, i know you are ready to say something. i want to thank you for the years of the good music. so excited when your music comes on the radio now and through the years. thank you. >> and thank you for your support through the years. >> i'm a fan of yours and a big fan of the 5th dimension.
classic hits. we lost ron 12 years ago now. >> actually 2001. >> the other former members of the group, do you keep in touch? >> yes. in fact, we just talked to them the other day. and florence, we're in love with her. they keeping it going. >> and we'll be doing 5th dimension hits. that's what we're known for along with the other music. >> one of my favorites is you don't have to be a star. >> we'll be over there singing very low over here on the side. >> all right. >> thank you for coming in. we'll hear from you in a little bit. stay with us. we've got that and much more coming up straight ahead on fox 5 morning news. [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents are awesome.
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♪ wild thing ♪ ♪ you make my heart sing ♪ >> pretty much everyone knows that song. in the buzz bin this morning, that gentleman there has died. reg had the biggest success with things like wild thing and with a girl like you. passed away peacefully in his home in england after battling lung cancer. he was 71 years old. >> hollywood will be rolling out the red carpet this sunday for the 55th annual grammy awards. another hot topic is what the stars will be eating at the big night. >> cooks at the staples center in los angeles will be prepping specialty food. guests will be treated to everything from waffle crusted chicken to lemon grass soup and sushi martinis.
>> the kitchen will have 400 oysters. 350 pounds of lobster and 350 pounds of chicken. 160 cooks and 12 chefs will be on hand. eat like a star. fresh off the heels of her sensational performance, beyonce announces a new world tour. it's called the mrs. carter show. kicks off on april 15th with the european leg in the tour ending on may 29th. then heads to the u.s. beginning in los angeles. she will perform right here in dc on july 29th at the verizon center. tickets go on sale on monday. >> during the last hour of the show on monday, i will be attempting to call in and get tickets. >> i want to go too. can you get it for several people? >> i have no special access. >> i mean when you do it. >> sure. >> i'll pay you later.
>> gwen too. >> everyone is going. >> coming up next, you don't have to be a star to be in my show. husband and wife team join us again after the break to perform. you don't want to miss this. this. >> first though, making history, a big run. a whole lot of shoes and fun too. holly tells us if new world records were set this morning. >> and as we head to the break, here we go. another live look at downtown baltimore. thousands gathering for today's big celebration for the ravens. the cameraman is going crazy with excitement. does he know he's on the air? live check with tucker in just a little bit. >> and don't forget to send in your questions for ask allison.
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shoes that are going to be recycled. rachel is with me. and mike really the most important here now. he's an adjudicateor. >> this looks like a lot of shoes. whether or not we have enough to set the record. >> did someone set it before you? >> nobody has set this before. gui ness is very strict. they told us we had to have at least 15,000 shoes. >> so you set the number? >> right. >> you are setting the beginning record. >> wanted to avoid anybody giving two shoes. we researched. look at similar things and that's how we got the number. >> you put the word out across the land. >> all over from all of our
magazines across the world and these are the shoes all kids and families in. >> do you think they did it? i guess we'll have to see. we have a slight grin on his face. >> 15,000 needed. months of collecting. hours of putting these out. and i'm happy to announce with 16,407 shoes, once again world records holders. congratulations. >> thank you. >> she's like yay, we did it again. this is just something we do. break world records. this actually is number 7. >> our 7th world record. we've been working with them for a long time. great partner and setting records and getting kids involved recycling and outside and active. lots of stuff to get them engaged with the world around them. all good reasons to subscribe to nat-geo magazine. okay. shoes. tell
me about your job. how many adjudicators are out there. what exactly do you do? >> we count shoes for one. literally. >> yesterday afternoon going one by one and counting them all. >> you counted? >> just me. >> you counted the 16,000 pairs of shoes? >> that's one of the parts that people don't understand. sometimes you are in the pile of shoes counting and that's how i spent my day at the office. >> what kind of training do you have for this? >> how to count. >> you have to know how to count. very important skills. we travel all over the world. we have offices all over the place. new york here for the u.s. and travel around and watching different records. >> okay. do you have like a message? you look at this pile. how do you begin? set them off to the side one by one. >> you can see, they took care of it. certain shoes are kind of turned over on their sides. basically set up a grid
throughout the whole thing and put mile markers. counting it by sections and going five shoes at a time and the final number. >> what's the most crazy record you had to verify? >> probably the highest tightrope crossing on a bicycle. >> what did you have to do? >> i had to make sure he got across. >> for that we had to measure the height and making sure he did it. that was one of the more wild ones i've seen. but something like this, the amount of different people that have to take part puts a lot of different stuff in perspective. >> does this come out in a big book? >> we have our annual book that comes out every year. and we can't fit every record in there. hopefully, this is definitely. >> got to get this one in. look how much fun we had this morning. >> and for you, we are going to be setting a report of two
online photo albums and physical photo albums. wait for details later this year. >> we'll have more record setting moments. back to you. >> thank you so much, holly. >> we are so excited to have marilyn and billy here. the most recent album is the many faces of love. and they are going to sing for us now. you don't have to be a star. thank you. >> ♪ you don't have to be a star ♪ you rejected and hurt to me ♪ ♪ what you have within ♪
>> now i don't need no super star ♪ cause i'll accept you as you are ♪ you don't be denied cause i'm satisfied with your love ♪ ♪ >> you don't have to be a star baby ♪ to be in my ♪ . >> you don't have to be a star baby to be in my show ♪ >> ♪ nobody knows ♪ ♪ running around cause now you found what was cloudy is clear ♪ >> ♪ there will be no cheering from the crowd ♪
♪ oh, honey ♪. >> ♪ and i don't need no super star ♪ cause i accept you baby as you are ♪ you don't be denied ♪ >> ♪ you don't have to be a star baby to be in my show ♪ you don't have to be a star baby to be in my, my, my, my, my show ♪ you don't have to be a star baby ♪ to be in my show ♪ you don't have to be a star baby ♪ to be in my, my, my, my, my show ♪ here you go little man.
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want to give you good news to end the show. we've been reported that a boy ran away. he has been found safe and sound. he is the young man out of takoma park maryland. >> in less than an hour the ravens will march down the streets. thousands of fans welcome their winning team home. tucker barnes is standing by. rallying with them all morning long. >> reporter: hey, tony. having a lot of fun with a few thousand of my friends here. the raven's big superbowl victory. the parade kicks off at 10:45. want to encourage everybody to come down. the mayor is going to speak. the governor is going to come say a few words and get a chance to see the players and the celebration will commence later this afternoon. you can
see, the crowds of course dressed in purple and ready to celebrate. parties are going to be a big one today as baltimore continues to be very excited about their superbowl champion. weather forecast today, temperatures will be in the mid 40s. could see sunshine this afternoon. a little warmer. maybe a chance for flurries tonight. that's the latest from baltimore. i'll have more and see you guys in the morning. back to you at the desk. >> all right. >> did you see that sign? water covers three quarters of the world. ed reed covers the rest. >> i love it. very happy for the baltimore ravens. wish it was the redskins but happy for the ravens. >> we thank all our guests today. most recent cd the faces